Multi-WAN with Bandwidth Management
All 4xGbps WAN ports support current xDSL/Cable/Satellite
broadband and the USB port also allows connection to 3.5G Mobile Broadband.
The WAN ports can be configured to increase data throughput, backup each
other (Failover mode), or share bandwidth (Load Balance). If you have your
own Web server, FTP server and Mail server, the 4 WAN ports will provide
additional bandwidth for customers. In addition, the 1xGbps LAN port switch
compatible with PoE switch (e.g. VigorSwitch P2260) and Gigabit switch (e.g.
VigorSwitch G2080/G2240) can support large data transfers and connect to
multiple client devices (PC/servers) in small to medium LAN networks.
The DrayTek Vigor 3200 series is embedded with a tag-based
multi-subnet function can maximize the investment of your obtained
bandwidth. For example, you can allocate your 100Mbps broadband connection(s)
to timing critical applications such as VoIP, web or ftp severs and business
essential departments such as Sales and Technical Support team. Your
additional low monthly fee for additional DSL or cable lines can be used to
provide bandwidth for your mail server or HR team which may not require fast
data/voice packet transmissions for daily operation.
USB Port for 3.5G or FTP/Printer Server
The capability of the USB port to connect to 3.5G mobile
broadband means that the router can be used in anywhere with 3.5G coverage,
such as moving vehicles, temporary events, offices where xDSL or Cable are
not available, etc.
Apart from supporting printer servers, the USB port also
allows the connection of a USB disk or hard drive for FTP file transfer
through the Internet or local networks. The network administrator can set
username/password and directory/file access privilege for individual users.
DMZ Port for providing servers with extra protection
The DMZ port of Vigor3200
series can provide additional layer protection to servers, such as Web
server, which need to expose resources from un-trusted network: e.g.
Internet but also have uncompromising internal LAN security requirements.
Through the user-friendly
WUI of DrayTek Vigor 3200 series, admin can activate DMZ by NAT or Physical
mode to the chosen server. That would makes external attacks only have
access to the external-facing equipment in the DMZ, not entire LAN to insert
extra layer of protection to SMB’s internal network.
The DrayTek Vigor3200
series offer you robust firewall options with both IP-layer and
content-based protection. The DoS/DDoS prevention and URL/Web content filter
strengthen the security outside and inside the network. The enterprise-level
CSM (Content Security Management) enables users to control and manage IM
(Instant Messenger) and P2P (Peer-to-Peer) applications more efficiently.
The CSM prevents inappropriate content from distracting employees and
impeding productivity. Furthermore, the CSM can keep office networks
threat-free and available.
Up to 64 simultaneous
hardware based VPN tunnels are supported providing a throughput up to
40Mbps. Each of these can be configured to use any of the common VPN
protocols: PPTP, IPSec, L2TP, L2TP over IPSec, etc., and with any of the
most up-to-date encryption (MPPE, AES/DES/3DES), Authentication (MD5,
SHA-1), Pre-shared Key, Digital Signature (X.509). These tunnels can be used
for LAN-to-LAN or remote dial-in.
Easy Network Management
Configuring the DrayTek
Vigor 3200 router is easy with the web based configuration pages, for the
CLI fan, CLI/Telnet/SSH methods are also available. The DrayTek Vigor 3200
provides Network Administrators with the tools they need to manage and
maintain the network with ease.
Diagnostic Tables that
show network connection status
SNMP for network
Two levels of Access
Control to prevent unauthorized access to the router
TR-069 and TR-104 for
service providers to manage user devices remotely
More features are available
to support business networks’ operations, such as Call Scheduling, RADIUS
support, UP&P, VLAN, QoS, Packet Forward Acceleration, etc.